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Cornell Tech starts up


Nanit, a New York City startup founded in 2014, has 25 employees, $6.6 million from investors and a high-tech product that local media and nervous parents adore. Its baby monitor can classify babies' nighttime behaviors, analyze their sleep patterns and report everything back to anxious moms and dads by the morning.

Nanit has sold out the first 12 runs of its $349 monitor, which costs nearly $700 with a stand and an annual subscription service. But the company might not exist at all if not for Cornell Tech, the city's new graduate school for applied sciences and engineering.

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